Online Enticement: Examining Risk Factors and Vulnerabilities of Minors in a Technological World
Online enticement involves an individual communicating with someone believed to be a child via the internet with the intent to commit a sexual offense or abduction. How are children vulnerable to this type of crime? This webinar will explore risk factors for youth and the vulnerabilities that make them targets for manipulation by online predators and the NCMEC resources designed to protect children and educate the community.
PRESENTER: Lanae Holmes is a licensed clinical social worker in the District of Columbia and has been at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) since 2007. Lanae is the Director of Case Services, overseeing the team that provides clinical and emotional support to families of missing and sexually exploited children. She also manages the Safeguard Program for NCMEC staff exposed to child pornography content during their daily work. Lanae is a trainer and facilitator for numerous conferences, teaching the benefits of the Safeguard Program and addressing the therapeutic needs of missing and sexually exploited children and their families.